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Is Trump worth America’s time?

abc_051316_donaldtrumpabc-1-200x200  There’s a general rule. A rule that only makes some common sense with one’s mind. It’s only basic, nothing critical or inflammatory to begin with. Perhaps, I might be politically incorrect or just the opposite, but this Election Season is starting to look much like, “war with greed,” in the minds of Donald Trump and his Democratic opponent’s on the opposite side of the isle in Washington.

Donald Trump in my book seems like a “bully” to every opponent that has tried to hold the line in the Democratic field of candidates, which now only leaves Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders and not much room for those on the Republican ticket – most have jumped ship because of Trump’s antics and bullied reputation.

There has been several references among the Trump camp among spectators in the field of politics as the voters seem to see Donald Trump being “Hitler” like in his uprising for the top contenders spot on the Republican ticket and among the party itself.

Trump seems to be calling the shots, but the Sanders and Clinton camp’s keep coming back to fight the red baron sitting atop the dog house waiting to shoot down his enemy fighters.

America can’t be so great with Donald Trump in the White House, ideally – if that were to happen, America would lead the way as the Adolf Hitler with Germany during World War II – that indeed could spell the beginning of “The Great American Disaster” of all time in the history of the United States Presidency.

Ironically, Trump is trying to divide the country into Civil War, between Democrats and Republicans and those who stand in his way or don’t believe in his policy making schemes of political satire. For what it’s worth, he doesn’t seem serious enough to propel the country into great debate and free for all Democracy as this country was built upon among our founding fathers who drafted the Constitution of the United States in 1776.

The great debate is the debate on how American voter’s few Donald Trump as a candidate for President – the question is? Is he really running for office or is he really running a “satire show and scam” among the voters, just to see if he can win and get what his vote is worth to the White House?

There are still questions to be asked and questions to be answered, but will he answer them both or will he just play it by ear and lit it slip and slide down Pennsylvania Avenue in November or January?

As voter, blogger and writer, I’m still not up to par in voting for Trump. As I said in the paragraph above, I’m still not convinced Donald Trump is the right person for the Presidency and the White House – not just yet, as there is still time to think and recoup my choice for the Presidential ticket to the White House in November.

Trump still has a long way to go before he can realize he can make a difference in the lives of every American in that lives in this great country.

Republican debates a scripted circus?

  The Republican debates are considered serious debates. But, on the other hand, the current pool of candidates for the Republican nomination for the White House in 2012, looks like a bunch of circus clowns fighting with one another and no have serious debate of who wins or loses in the race to begin with.

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is reportedly a likely front runner since, Herman Caine dropped out of the race earlier last week. Gingrich’s popularity was reportedly surging forward in the pools ahead of Texas Governor Rick Perry.

The latest round of debates were so corny, that is looked like a scripted circus act – period, rather than a civilized honest debate between candidates running for President and the White House.

The strangest twisted part was when, candidate Mitt Romney bet, candidate Rick Perry, $10,000 on live television – it has been reportedly said, the Romney admits, he was “out of touch” with reality, according to news reports, early this morning.

Like, I said, the Republican fools for debating seems more like a scripted circus. As a voter, that tells me a lot about the republicans and their efforts at reshaping America in 2012. I’m just hoping that the Democratic Party can do better across the isle in getting the needed message to voters in hoping to continue the reshaping of America with President Obama still in the White House for a second term.

Even, though – the folks across the isle have been accusing the President of “micro-managing” the Government and taking the country into despair. Not, to forget, former President George W. Bush, stole the presidential election for his elusive gain from Al Gore before the start of 9/11 and the war on terror.

“Good grief, Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the red baron were right – this was surely enough the scripted fools debate!” At least Alec Baldwin was the talk of the town through the rest of the week for his triad and burgundy meltdown on an American Airlines flight from New York to Los Angeles.

Now, explain that…!

When can political candidate’s ever get serious about debating and start talking serious issues, when asked by the moderators of the debate? Media circus debates like this seem to turn some the serious voters off and lean them toward voting for the opposition of the Democratic Party or some other comedy troupe party, such as the Independent and Tea Party’s.

Oh please – Don’t make Sarah Palin blush on this one, she’s the worst of the candidates of all. In fact she did so poorly during the run with Arizona Senator John McCain in the last election run, that she got duped into being a pawn by the McCain camp and their insurgency of rapid fire misgivings.

This round of Presidential debates for the White House are pretty much looking the same, as if George W. Bush were still running for President – however, the Democratic Party has remained low, while the Republicans maintain their circus venue with Republican voters across the country.

Something tells me, this is not the party that American voters should be voting in November 2012 during the Presidential Elections.

On the other hand? It might just help the cause for President Obama’s bid for re-election to the White House for a second term.